Danish Gaming Revenues Grow in March

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Denmark's gaming revenues jumped in March, as the country's gambling firms brought in DKK525 million during the period, up 29.6% compared to the same period last year.

The big jump in revenue was due to land casinos being open for business (the country's land casinos were closed in March 2021), and it should be noted that overall gaming revenues were down 2.3% from February 2022. Online gaming revenues were DKK 226 million, down 7.3% from last year but up 5.6% from February.

Sportsbetting revenues were DKK155 million, down 3.7% from March 2021.

Slot hall revenues were DKK110 million, compared to no revenue last year as the venues were closed.

Land casino revenues were DKK34 million, up 0.9% from February and compared to no revenue in March 2021.

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